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TGA trying to silence MP Craig Kelly about TGA’s rubbery Covid death numbers

CRAIG KELLY HITS BACK AT TGA

Firstly, the media release issued by the TGA today in relation to myself and the United Australia Party is misleading and deceptive, as the letter I have received from Maddocks Lawyers in Canberra on behalf of the TGA, only has raised an issue of an alleged copyright infringement and nothing more.

Craig Kelly warns TGA head John Skerritt (above) he is on thin ice about making defamatory accusations accusing Kelly of sending emails containing a TGA letterhead

The TGA’s media release is defamatory and I’m seeking urgent legal advice, as it creates a defamatory imputation that is false.

In particular, the TGA’s media release creates a false impression that the correspondence I have received from Maddox includes a reference to the text being “seriously misleading” when in fact, the correspondence from Maddock Lawyers makes no reference to this point.

To be clear, the correspondence I have received from Maddocks lawyers makes references only to an alleged copyright infringement and to state otherwise in any media report, would be to republish a false and defamatory statement.

I strongly suggest that any media outlet obtain a copy of the letter from Maddocks lawyers urgently, as to avoid republishing the false and defamatory statements in the TGA’s media release.

In relation to the TGA’s allegations of copyright breaches, they will be vigorously defended.

I condemn the TGA for;

  1. Issuing a false and misleading media release
  2. Wasting taxpayers money on a frivolous copyright allegation.
  3. Attempting to interfere with my ability to conduct my duties as member of Parliament in seeking promoting full and open debate.

Ultimately the frivolous copyright issue is a disgraceful diversionary tactic by the TGA.

At a time of crisis, the TGA should be fully investigating why now 516 Australians have been reported to the TGA as having died after receiving these provisionally approved covid vaccines (especially when compared to the 50 years of previous records on the DAEN database showing 60 deaths from all fully approved vaccines in the past)

Every family and friend of those who has lost a loved one need answers.

Instead of the TGA wasting taxpayers money on a frivolous alleged copyright complaint, they should be spending time fully investigating these 516 deaths.

I cannot stand by as member of Parliament and be silent as the TGA fails to adequately and quickly investigate these deaths and adverse reactions from the vaccines.

We need a full and transparent debate now, as to why the 516 people who have been reported to the TGA as having passed away after being injected with these provisionally approved vaccines, rather than the TGA complaining about me drawing peoples attention to these deaths.

The TGA needs to get its priorities right in understanding the full extent of the deaths and adverse reactions arising from the vaccines.

The TGA’s failure comes dangerously close to malfeasance and a failure to discharge their statutory obligations.  

The TGA as the regulator needs to stick to regulation and not be promoting any particular medical treatments from any particular companies, otherwise they can be accused of having a conflict of interest.